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    Quote Originally Posted by GOV5 View Post
    Grassroots said that writing or emails don't do any good. They don't even read them. That's why Grassroots said to use colored paper to send postcards to your representative on H 3292. They could tell by the color that Grassroots was "speaking for you".

    Is this guy with Grassroots kidding? Do our reps not even look at correspondence from those which they represent? Are they that pompous that they think they are on a higher level than us? Do they forget who put them there? Or is Grassroots just trying to make themselves look more important than they are?
    Read that on their last ALERT. Not sure how true it is.

    I will say that if your elected Rep doesn't AT LEAST know your face, let alone your name. You're not doing enough. BE PRO-ACTIVE!!! Attend Cty Council Meetings, join your local GOP/9-12 Groups and or any other organization that they'll see a difference in. CALL their office. Again, they don't know ya, they don't owe ya. Make them accountable to you!
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    The way it reads you don't need a permit to CC or OC as long as your are not going to commit a crime and only if you can legally own a firearm. CWP permits will still be available for those that want one which makes it convenient for CC in other states.
    Well that will save some cash best used on ammo to be sure !

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    Right-to-Carry Reform Legislation Heard by House Judiciary Subcommittee

    Lets hope it went well!

    NRA-ILA :: South Carolina: Right-to-Carry Reform Legislation Heard by House Judiciary Subcommittee

    South Carolina: Right-to-Carry Reform Legislation Heard by House Judiciary Subcommittee
    Thursday, February 17, 2011

    Please Contact Subcommittee Members Today!

    Earlier today, the House Judiciary Committee’s General Laws Subcommittee held a hearing on House Bill 3292. The NRA spoke in favor of the bill and is currently working with the bill sponsor and the subcommittee members to make several technical and drafting corrections.

    This legislation seeks to make a number of positive reforms to the current permit system, including expanding where a permit holder may lawfully carry, as well as improving the current laws regarding recognizing permits issued by other states.

    Please contact the members of the House Judiciary General Law’s Subcommittee and respectfully urge them to work with NRA to pass the best possible bill. Contact information can be found below.

    House Judiciary General Laws Subcommittee:
    Representative Thad Viers (R-68), Chairman
    (803) 734-3064


    Representative George Hearn (R-105)
    (803) 212-6796

    Representative Dan Hamilton (R-20)
    (803) 212-6795


    Representative David Weeks (D-51)
    (803) 734-3102

    Representative Laurie Funderburk (D-52)
    (803) 734-3044
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    Thanks for the link, Foxhound. It looks like the South Carolina Sheriffs' Association opposes the bill.
    "Since 1996, these people have come to the Statehouse every year with an amendment that weakens it, chips away at it, broadens it to the eventual conclusion that we don't need it anymore," said Jeff Moore, the association's executive director. "Eventually, you chip enough, it's meaningless."
    What a crock! The whole idea is to restore our rights...so chip away! Even SLED said they don't generally object to the changes.

    BTW, everyone hit their poll.
    http://www.thestate.com/2011/02/16/1...concealed.html
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Red Hat View Post
    Thanks for the link, Foxhound. It looks like the South Carolina Sheriffs' Association opposes the bill. What a crock! The whole idea is to restore our rights...so chip away! Even SLED said they don't generally object to the changes.

    BTW, everyone hit their poll.
    SC panel delays loosening concealed gun law - State & Regional - Wire - TheState.com
    South Carolina Sheriffs' Association ?

    More like the South Carolina Wanna-Be- Politicians Association.

    Does any money from the cw permits trickle down to the sheriff offices ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post
    South Carolina Sheriffs' Association ?

    More like the South Carolina Wanna-Be- Politicians Association.

    Does any money from the cw permits trickle down to the sheriff offices ?
    Enos Strait, Rosco P. Coltrain and Cleatus

    Alot of the money that goes through that orginization probably goes to Couter Davenport's garrage and towing service.

  8. Well Enos wasn't all bad, just misguided

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Red Hat View Post
    The way it reads you don't need a permit to CC or OC as long as your are not going to commit a crime and only if you can legally own a firearm. CWP permits will still be available for those that want one which makes it convenient for CC in other states.
    Wonder if the current CWP system will stay the same for that or a simple picture for the card, a little fee and your done ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxhound View Post
    Wonder if the current CWP system will stay the same for that or a simple picture for the card, a little fee and your done ?
    H.3292, or whatever it'll be called now that it's been killed and being rewritten, will not affect the current CWP process in any way, shape or form.

    Please read the bill and familiarize yourself with it.

    2011-2012 Bill 3292: Handguns - South Carolina Legislature Online
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